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  • 11.15.2017 - Free Investment Newsletter Articled last week

    Gold Part II

     

    Over the weekend I was talking about how it’s my belief that Bitcoin was launched as an alternative to gold and silver. But, it was launched by the globalist elites, not some hermit Japanese guy who wanted to save humanity.

  • 11.11.2017 - Free Investment Newsletter Articled last week
    Gold, Silver, Bitcoin and You
     
    If you’re a metals investor, you know that things have been rough. Really really rough. For well over a decade we had the metals nailed almost as well as you can nail them. Initially investing in gold in 2000-2001, we rode it from 293 dollars an ounce to 1900 an ounce in 2011.
     
    Along the way, we made some interesting investments in Silver. Beginning in 2006/07 we rode silver from under 10 to just shy of 50. Then there was the “Vegas plays”. The first one, using options on silver miners, turned 30K into 1.2 million. The second one turned 19K into 244,000 at the peak.
  • 11.8.2017 -Free Investment Newsletter Articled 2 weeks ago
    Technology
     
    Truly not a day goes by where something "techy" doesn't catch my eye and make me marvel at it.  While I find some of it nothing but a waste of time ( like aps that let you put bunny ears on your selfie) others are so impressive, that I wonder how you could live without it.
     
    This came to light recently for me when we were given a loaner car while ours was in for service. The vehicle they gave me had an option called "blind spot monitor" on it. While this has been around for a while, I'd never been in a car that had it. Even our 2015 Lexus didn't have it.
  • 11.1.2017 - Free Newsletter Articled 3 weeks ago
    Hope for the Best
     
    I’ve said this a few times in various newsletters of the past.  The fact is, that your entire existence is reliant on other people. Without the drilling, there’s no oil, no gas. Without the electric company, there’s no power. Without the farmers, there’s no food. Without the town/county most would have no water. On and on it goes. Where would you get rope or a rubber band, or a piece of wire, or a new knife, if “someone else” didn’t make it? While you seem to be independent, you are connected to the system at the hip.  We’re like one huge organism, and each part of it interacts with other parts to keep the whole thing alive.
  • 10.28.2017 - Free Investment Newsletter Articled 3 weeks ago

    Battery Profits

     

    On Wednesday I wrote an introduction into the electric car space, and of course hit on solar, and the various gadgets that we use, all of which need batteries. Batteries are the single most important feature of an electric vehicle ( EV from here out) and battery life, is also one of the more important issues when buying say a laptop. ( or cell phone for that matter)

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